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ANALYSE THIS: Psychiatrist Leslie (Elizabeth Boyce) gives Kate advice about what to do with Sylvia.

Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

This week

Isaiah B Brunt trio: Australian trio brings their brand of blues to the Dome, tonight (7pm), tickets $20 on the door.

FreeDance: Movement and dance meditation led by Pascale. St Andrew’s Church Hall, tonight and March 21 (7pm), $7 each.

111: Tauranga covers band, Cosmopolitan Club, tomorrow (8pm). Free.

Dennis Marsh and Brendan Dugan: Just the Two of Us: Two legends in concert. RSA, Saturday (7.30pm), tickets $20 from the RSA.

Lazy Fifty — The Covers Set: Classic rock, Smash Palace, Saturday (9pm), tickets $5 at the door.

It’s only Life: Singer/actor Chris Green performs songs by John Bucchino. St Andrew’s Church, March 13 (12.30pm). Admission free/koha.

Coming up

AA Solar Summer Music Series: Rock, soul, reggae and blues with Billy TK Jnr, Ronan Kavanagh + Fiona Cosgrove, Smash Palace, March 15 (8pm), $35+bf.

Runtingz 2019: Reggae and hip-hop from Lion Rezz, Israel Starr, Swiss and others. The White House, March 15 (9pm), tickets $25+bf early bird or $30+bf at www.tickets.ticketspace.co.nz

Leaving Jackson: The Johnny Cash & June Carter Show: Tribute to country and western legends, War Memorial Theatre, March 20 (7pm). Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography, $69.50 adult, $59.50 senior/student with ID, $29.50 child under 15.

Skinny Hobos: The Lucifer Tour: Smash Palace, March 30 (7pm), tickets $20-30 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz

Bach’s St John Passion: Gisborne Choral Society with Wellington City organist Douglas Mews, St Andrew’s Church, March 31 (2pm), $25 adults, $10 students at door.

Mere Boynton and Friends: Mere Boynton with classical guitarist Chaitanya Temepara and taonga puoro player Norm Heke at Eastwoodhill Arboretum, March 31 (4pm), $25 early-bird or $30 adult, under 18s free.

Theatre

Sylvia: A found dog comes between New York empty-nesters Greg and Kate in AR Gurney’s comedy, Evolution Theatre, March 8-9, 14-16 and 21-23 (7.30pm). Matinees March 10 and 17 (2pm).

Mockingbird: Two-woman black comedy about motherhood and mental health. Unity Theatre, Monday (8pm), tickets $30 from http://www.eventfinda.co.nz or at the door.

Under: A play written for Chris Green about the disappearance of a headstrong athlete/artist. Unity Theatre, March 14-20 (7.30pm), tickets $20.

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, March 1-24, Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, takes a look at photography before smartphones and selfie stick March 1-31. Phyllis Underdown - Retrospective collection of Gisborne scnes including Spong Bay, March 1-31

Tony Ogle screenprints: Ormond Road Cafe.

Paul Nache Gallery: Works by Matthew Couper.

Verve Cafe: Works by Conor Jeory.

Life drawing at Lysnar House: Eight week programme started February 4 (7pm). Gisborne Artists Society members $50, non-members $60 or $8 a session for GAS members, $10 non-members. Bring paper, large paper clips and drawing materials. For more information, call Chris at 868 3422.

At the movies

Odeon multiplex

Captain Marvel: Brie Larson plays a former fighter pilot whose DNA is fused with that of a Kree in an accident, giving her superhuman strength and energy projection. Film also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Annette Bening and Jude Law.

Bohemian Rhapsody: One of two films (The Favourite is the other) returning after Academy Award success. Rami Malek received the best-actor Oscar for his portrayal of Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury up to the band’s 1985 Live Aid performance.

The Favourite: Stellar cast — best-actress Oscar winner Olivia Colman as Queen Anne, Rachel Weisz as Sarah Churchill and Emma Stone as Abigail Masham — portray a female triangle of affection and influence in 18th century England.

Greta: Isabelle Huppert plays an eccentric piano teacher who befriends a naive young woman (Chloe Grace Moretz) but whose behaviour become disturbing.

Celia: Amanda Millar directed this film on Celia Lashlie, the first female prison officer in a male prison in New Zealand. Lashlie fought to get people the tools for making responsible decisions.

A Dog’s Way Home: A dog (voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard) travels over 400 miles to find her owner.

Stan & Ollie: Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly star as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in a film focusing on a music hall tour of Britain and Ireland in 1953 as the duo struggle to get another film made.

Escape Room: Psychological horror film that follows a group of people who are sent to navigate a series of escape rooms, but who find the consequences are deadly.

Alita: Battle Angel: American cyberpunk action film based on a Japanese graphic novel series. In 2563, a cyborg scientist discovers a disembodied female cyborg with a human brain, rebuilds the cyborg and names her Alita, after his late daughter.

Green Book: A bouncer from The Bronx is hired to drive a black pianist on a tour to the Deep South in the 1960s. The Green Book guides them to places that are safe.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: Hiccup has created a dragon utopia, but danger threatens the village he and Toothless call home.

Dome cinema

The Price of Everything: Director Nathaniel Kahn examines how the work of some artists draws multimillion-dollar bids at auction while the work of others, for no easily understood reason, goes almost unnoticed.

Capharnaum: After running away from his negligent parents, committing a violent crime and being sentenced to five years in jail, a 12-year-old boy sues his parents.

Vox Lux: Teenage sisters become stars after writing and performing a song about their survival of a school shooting. Years later, one of them prepares for a concert while dealing with the fallout of a terrorist attack that uses her iconography. Stars Natalie Portman.

The Guilty: A Danish thriller in which a police officer demoted to desk work has to use all of his intuition and skill to find a kidnapped woman and her assailant while confined to the police station.

Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

This week

Isaiah B Brunt trio: Australian trio brings their brand of blues to the Dome, tonight (7pm), tickets $20 on the door.

FreeDance: Movement and dance meditation led by Pascale. St Andrew’s Church Hall, tonight and March 21 (7pm), $7 each.

111: Tauranga covers band, Cosmopolitan Club, tomorrow (8pm). Free.

Dennis Marsh and Brendan Dugan: Just the Two of Us: Two legends in concert. RSA, Saturday (7.30pm), tickets $20 from the RSA.

Lazy Fifty — The Covers Set: Classic rock, Smash Palace, Saturday (9pm), tickets $5 at the door.

It’s only Life: Singer/actor Chris Green performs songs by John Bucchino. St Andrew’s Church, March 13 (12.30pm). Admission free/koha.

Coming up

AA Solar Summer Music Series: Rock, soul, reggae and blues with Billy TK Jnr, Ronan Kavanagh + Fiona Cosgrove, Smash Palace, March 15 (8pm), $35+bf.

Runtingz 2019: Reggae and hip-hop from Lion Rezz, Israel Starr, Swiss and others. The White House, March 15 (9pm), tickets $25+bf early bird or $30+bf at www.tickets.ticketspace.co.nz

Leaving Jackson: The Johnny Cash & June Carter Show: Tribute to country and western legends, War Memorial Theatre, March 20 (7pm). Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography, $69.50 adult, $59.50 senior/student with ID, $29.50 child under 15.

Skinny Hobos: The Lucifer Tour: Smash Palace, March 30 (7pm), tickets $20-30 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz

Bach’s St John Passion: Gisborne Choral Society with Wellington City organist Douglas Mews, St Andrew’s Church, March 31 (2pm), $25 adults, $10 students at door.

Mere Boynton and Friends: Mere Boynton with classical guitarist Chaitanya Temepara and taonga puoro player Norm Heke at Eastwoodhill Arboretum, March 31 (4pm), $25 early-bird or $30 adult, under 18s free.

Theatre

Sylvia: A found dog comes between New York empty-nesters Greg and Kate in AR Gurney’s comedy, Evolution Theatre, March 8-9, 14-16 and 21-23 (7.30pm). Matinees March 10 and 17 (2pm).

Mockingbird: Two-woman black comedy about motherhood and mental health. Unity Theatre, Monday (8pm), tickets $30 from http://www.eventfinda.co.nz or at the door.

Under: A play written for Chris Green about the disappearance of a headstrong athlete/artist. Unity Theatre, March 14-20 (7.30pm), tickets $20.

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, March 1-24, Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, takes a look at photography before smartphones and selfie stick March 1-31. Phyllis Underdown - Retrospective collection of Gisborne scnes including Spong Bay, March 1-31

Tony Ogle screenprints: Ormond Road Cafe.

Paul Nache Gallery: Works by Matthew Couper.

Verve Cafe: Works by Conor Jeory.

Life drawing at Lysnar House: Eight week programme started February 4 (7pm). Gisborne Artists Society members $50, non-members $60 or $8 a session for GAS members, $10 non-members. Bring paper, large paper clips and drawing materials. For more information, call Chris at 868 3422.

At the movies

Odeon multiplex

Captain Marvel: Brie Larson plays a former fighter pilot whose DNA is fused with that of a Kree in an accident, giving her superhuman strength and energy projection. Film also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Annette Bening and Jude Law.

Bohemian Rhapsody: One of two films (The Favourite is the other) returning after Academy Award success. Rami Malek received the best-actor Oscar for his portrayal of Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury up to the band’s 1985 Live Aid performance.

The Favourite: Stellar cast — best-actress Oscar winner Olivia Colman as Queen Anne, Rachel Weisz as Sarah Churchill and Emma Stone as Abigail Masham — portray a female triangle of affection and influence in 18th century England.

Greta: Isabelle Huppert plays an eccentric piano teacher who befriends a naive young woman (Chloe Grace Moretz) but whose behaviour become disturbing.

Celia: Amanda Millar directed this film on Celia Lashlie, the first female prison officer in a male prison in New Zealand. Lashlie fought to get people the tools for making responsible decisions.

A Dog’s Way Home: A dog (voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard) travels over 400 miles to find her owner.

Stan & Ollie: Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly star as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in a film focusing on a music hall tour of Britain and Ireland in 1953 as the duo struggle to get another film made.

Escape Room: Psychological horror film that follows a group of people who are sent to navigate a series of escape rooms, but who find the consequences are deadly.

Alita: Battle Angel: American cyberpunk action film based on a Japanese graphic novel series. In 2563, a cyborg scientist discovers a disembodied female cyborg with a human brain, rebuilds the cyborg and names her Alita, after his late daughter.

Green Book: A bouncer from The Bronx is hired to drive a black pianist on a tour to the Deep South in the 1960s. The Green Book guides them to places that are safe.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: Hiccup has created a dragon utopia, but danger threatens the village he and Toothless call home.

Dome cinema

The Price of Everything: Director Nathaniel Kahn examines how the work of some artists draws multimillion-dollar bids at auction while the work of others, for no easily understood reason, goes almost unnoticed.

Capharnaum: After running away from his negligent parents, committing a violent crime and being sentenced to five years in jail, a 12-year-old boy sues his parents.

Vox Lux: Teenage sisters become stars after writing and performing a song about their survival of a school shooting. Years later, one of them prepares for a concert while dealing with the fallout of a terrorist attack that uses her iconography. Stars Natalie Portman.

The Guilty: A Danish thriller in which a police officer demoted to desk work has to use all of his intuition and skill to find a kidnapped woman and her assailant while confined to the police station.

Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

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